Gear Vendors to Benefit from Busy Cell Networks
By - Reuters | Article Published October 26, 2009
Smartphones are straining mobile networks and pushing carriers to upgrade wired broadband connections to cell towers.
Tags: wireless, cell phones, network, carriers, Wimax
Netbook Wi-Fi: Which Netbooks Offers Better Wi-Fi?
By Joseph Moran | Article Published July 24, 2009
All netbooks have Wi-Fi, but some netbooks have better Wi-Fi than others.
Tags: wireless, Dell, netbooks, Wi-Fi, Wimax
Tech Looks to India for R&D
By - Reuters | Article Published July 21, 2009
Prompted by cost cutting fever, more tech companies are looking toward India.
Tags: search, Microsoft, Intel, policy, Wimax
Lenovo ThinkPad SL300: Good But a Tad Hefty
By Jamie Bsales | Article Published January 15, 2009
The Lenovo ThinkPad SL300 is great for business use and has myriad connectivity options, yet it's a bit larger than its competitors.
Tags: wireless, Vista, Intel, Lenovo, Wimax
4G: Here It Comes, Ready or Not -- Part II
By Gerry Blackwell | Article Published December 30, 2008
Xohm, the WiMAX-powered wireless service that Sprint and partner, Clearwire launched recently in Baltimore. It has been widely hailed as the first 4G mobile service in the U.S. Is it?
Tags: services, wireless, Intel, voice, Wimax
A Year For Smarter Phones, Crowded Clouds
By Judy Mottl | Article Published December 22, 2008
There was more than one sea change when it came to handsets, storage and wireless data speeds this year.
Tags: Google, services, wireless, carriers, Wimax
20 Best Gifts for Wi-Fi Lovers
By Amy Mayer | Article Published December 08, 2008
Will it be an Internet radio, a new router, or maybe an iPhone? Whether you have $15 or $1500 to spend on Wi-Fi this holiday season, we've got the gifts for you.
Tags: Google, search, Microsoft, wireless, Wimax
4G: Here It Comes, Ready or Not -- Part I
By Gerry Blackwell | Article Published December 03, 2008
The 4G era has begun. What will it mean for enterprise IT and telecom managers - beyond higher mobile wireless data speeds? It depends who you ask, and who you believe.
Tags: wireless, carriers, voice, VoIP, Wimax
Meru Debuts 'Virtual Port'
By Lisa Phifer | Article Published November 13, 2008
vWLAN, a new core feature of Meru's System Director platform, carves available RF resources into "virtual ports" that can be configured, managed, and monitored at the same level of granularity as Ethernet switch ports.
Tags: Microsoft, wireless, virtualization, Mac, Wimax
Tech Future: Change and Risk from Downturn
By Rob Enderle | Article Published November 05, 2008
From the rise of netbooks to the adoption of SaaS, economic challenges will shift trends and create new risks.
Tags: Windows, services, Microsoft, voice, Wimax
Wi-Fi Usage Continues to Climb Worldwide
By Naomi Graychase | Article Published October 08, 2008
The latest edition of the iPass Broadband Mobility Index shows business Wi-Fi usage continues to increase in markets all over the world.
Tags: wireless, iPhone, carriers, e-Mail, Wimax
Lenovo ThinkPad X200: Business Friendly
By Jamie Bsales | Article Published October 03, 2008
Lenovo replaced the ThinkPad X61 with a 12.1-inch widescreen ultralight with better performance, a slew of configuration and communication options, and a keyboard to die for.
Tags: video, wireless, Intel, carriers, Wimax
Review: Apple MobileMe
By Troy Dreier | Article Published August 14, 2008
Now that the bugs are worked out, MobileMe delivers a smooth and seamless experience that makes using the service hassle-free for iPhone and iPod touch users.
Tags: services, wireless, HP, Wimax, handhelds
Data Demand to Drive 4G Broadband Forward
By Judy Mottl | Article Published August 01, 2008
New report shows explosive growth ahead for high-speed wireless -- yet WiMAX may emerge a loser.
Tags: services, wireless, iPhone, carriers, Wimax
Who's Ahead in the 4G Race?
By Judy Mottl | Article Published June 22, 2008
Yes, the race is on to the next version of the mobile Web. Here's a look at who's in what camp and who's got the lead.
Tags: Google, wireless, spectrum, carriers, Wimax
Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Review (Best. Notebook. Ever.)
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published May 17, 2008
Okay, It costs more than $3,000. Fair warning: You won't care. Lenovo's lightweight goes toe to toe with Apple's MacBook Air -- well, it would if the Air had a DVD burner, a LAN connection, and a sharper screen. Thinkabout a solid-state hard disk, full-sized keyboard, ample battery life, and impeccable green credentials in a 13.3-inch, just-over-3-pound slimline. Now try to be satisfied with your current laptop.
Tags: wireless, Intel, Verizon, Wimax, Storage
Sprint, Clearwire Join Net Giants in $14B WiMAX Play
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published May 08, 2008
Nationwide WiMAX takes a step toward reality as players come together to form a potential juggernaut.
Tags: Google, search, wireless, chips, Wimax